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02 Mar 08 #15572 by Byza
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I spilt from my ex 20 months ago. Does anyone know if I open a savings account now, would I have to disclose this and split it with my ex when we come to settle out finances ( we haven't spilt anything yet- all acconts'frozen')

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02 Mar 08 #15576 by ariesgirl63
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Hi Byza,
Anything savings you have when you come to sort out the financial aspect of your divorce would have to be declared at that point. For this reason it is better to get your finances sorted sooner rather than later. Good Luck Aries xx

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